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Target Marine discusses plans

About 40 people showed up at the Seaside Centre Wednesday night to express their concerns about a proposed bylaw text amendment that would allow Target Marine to process white sturgeon roe at their current hatchery site in Tuwanek.

No coal allowed

The coal burning trials at Port Mellon's Howe Sound Pulp and Paper (HSPP) have been officially snuffed out, after the Ministry of Environment's amended burning permit unequivocally banned the use of coal at the plant. The permit, issued on Dec.

Avalanche awareness on local hills

While skiers, boarders, snowshoers and other backcountry users on the Coast have a vast amount of terrain in which to play, it pays to play it safe when avalanche conditions pose potentially deadly risks.

Halloran's ice wall set to fire up Chicago

A piece of the Sunshine Coast is gaining critical acclaim in Chicago, Illinois. Sunshine Coast artist Gord Halloran's work is the focal point of the Museum of Modern Ice winter celebration in Chicago's Millennium Park Feb. 1 to 29.

Sewer solution getting closer

The District of Sechelt is moving away from reliance on a massive new development to fund its sewage infrastructure and towards a series of modular, expandable treatment plants. At a Jan.

Damage causes power boiler shut down

The power boiler at Howe Sound Pulp and Paper (HSPP) was back in operation Tuesday night after a week-long shutdown.The power boiler was shut down on the evening of Jan. 9 due to damage to some grates.

Three women create a healthier Coast

Editor's note: This is part two of a three part series profiling the nominees for the inaugural Awards of Excellence for Sunshine Coast Women. Ginny Blattler believes that you are never too old to exercise.

Shishalh Nation discusses land issues

Unfettered acknowledgment and respect of Aboriginal right and title to their territories needs to be the first step before the next steps of reunion and compromise can start, said shishalh Nation band councillors Garry Feschuk and Tom Paul.

Constitutional pot challenge in Sechelt provincial court

The local courtroom is taking centre stage in a constitutional showdown on laws governing the possession of marijuana, after a written submission from Vancouver lawyer Kirk Tousaw on Tuesday.

Anderson gets three and a half years

Greg Amos/Staff Writer After numerous delays, the trial of the "Bushman of Gambier" concluded on Tuesday with a trip to the slammer for Robert Anderson.
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